Augusta University is committed to assisting students during this transition from face-to-face instruction to virtual learning. If you believe that online education will be challenging because of lack of access to proper technologies, please complete this survey
All students at USG institutions are now eligible to consult with Student Health Insurance
Plan (SHIP) doctors, nurses and mental health specialists as they work through issues
related to COVID-19.
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Our mission is to feed the students of Augusta University who are in need. Together,
we will fight to end hunger and malnutrition of college students across our campus.
If you need access to the pantry
Call the Dean of Students' Office
Augusta University recognizes the need to provide one-time, limited financial assistance to currently enrolled students who are unable to meet immediate and essential expenses because of an extreme personal hardship due to unexpected circumstances.
All students have access to Augusta University's Student Health Services and Student Counseling and Psychological Services. Please contact these offices if you are in need of care.
Jags Care is a campus-wide effort to enhance, promote, and sustain a culture of caring and support at Augusta University.
Jags Care is about reaching out to those who are facing challenges and directing them to helpful resources on campus. It's about bringing people together through various programs and activities to foster greater understanding and support. Jags Care is about being part of a caring community.
Housed in the Division of Enrollment Student Affairs, Jags Care is part of the University’s effort to promote the resources of the CARE Team, support suicide prevention efforts, and promote Augusta University’s goal of holistic student wellness.
Emergency? Dial 706-721-2911 for emergency assistance on campus.
Help is available 24/7 for problems with developmental disabilities, mental health, drugs, or alcohol.
A crisis has no schedule. That is why the MyGCAL App is designed to help young people in the state of Georgia access the Georgia Crisis & Access Line (GCAL) via chat, text or phone call 24/7/365.
Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are veterans themselves.
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
When a person’s ability to perform basic tasks becomes impeded—tasks like sleeping, eating, going to class, getting assignments done, performing job functions, engaging socially, and managing normal daily stresses — it is important for the person to get help and support as early as possible.
If you are concerned about a student’s well-being or safety—or have reason to believe this student may pose a threat to themselves or others—it’s strongly encouraged to fill out an electronic CARE report. The online form allows for 24-hour reporting, and submissions are forwarded directly to the CARE Team.
Do not use this form if you are reporting an emergency situation. If someone needs immediate medical attention, or if the person is threatening to harm themselves or others, please call the AU Police immediately at 706-721-2911.